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TCP 65W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) BR30 Flood LED Light Bulb (2-Pack)
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65W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) BR30 Flood LED Light Bulb (2-Pack)

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The TCP 10-Watt (65W) Soft White LED BR30 Flood Light Bulb (2-Pack) uses 85% less energy than a 65-watt incandescent flood light while saving you more than $151 over the lifetime of the bulb. This bulb is ideal for use with track and recessed lighting applications and provides soft white light. The estimated cost of operation of this bulb is only $1.20 per year.

  • Brightness: 650 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.20 (Based on 3 hrs/day, 11¢/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (Based on 3 hrs/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (Soft White)
  • Energy used: 10-Watts (equivalent to 65-Watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per Watt: 65
  • Contains mercury: N
  • Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Lighting application: indoor; Ideal for use with track and recessed lighting
  • BR30 shape with a medium base
  • Dimmable: N

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are these LED flood lights interior?

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Are these indoor or outdoor flood lights?
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St. Louis, MO, USA
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These are indoor flood lights.
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For Interior use.
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Louisiana, USA
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May 10, 2014
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Nothing on packaging says indoor use only. Does state that it has to be over -20F for bulb to light.
See no reason why they can't be used outdoors, except they are R30. Usual outdoor size is PAR38 or R40.
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May 1, 2014
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These ar INDOOR
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Since the package does not say one way or the other, it is interior only.
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Indoor
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They are indoor bulbs. Packaging pretty much ignores this issue, doesn't say it is outdoor, nor does it say not to use them outdoors. I have seen some outdoor rated LED bulbs but they have a lot of disclaimers such as not to use them in areas where they might get wet or exposed to water. It would be difficult to use a bulb outside and have it not be exposed to water in some way.
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indoor only.
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interior use
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These lights are for indoor use.
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Hello CSPAYNE,
Yes, all of the LED lights that I purchased are interior to my home. They are bright, but not bright to the point they will hurt your eyes. I also put some outside on my patio and they are also dimmable with no problems. Enjoy the brightness of the evening..
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Are these bulbs dimmable?

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The package does not claim to be dimmable, but I put one in a fixture with a dimmer and the bulb appears to act the same as the "dimmable" bulbs. I do not know if the life span of this bulb will be affected.
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SORRY, these bulbs "ARE NOT" dimmable.
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NO. Not dimmable is clearly stated in product overview and also visible on photo of package.
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Packaging/advertising should tell you if they are dimmable. If it doesn't say "dimmable" they are not.
I do not recall if they are since I did not intend to have mine on a dimmer. I am extremely pleased with them regardless.
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Our Home we replaced Blubs in the Kitchen - we do not have a dimmer on our switch plate. If you do have a dimmer, on your switch plate -- Yes it should work. To make certain, ask The Home Depot if they have a dimmer switch at the store, verify that the blub will work with a dimmer swtich.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 65 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great value Our new home has 36 flood lights. To conserve energy and cut costs, we are slowly replacing all with LED lights while trying not to break the bank! This 2-pack is a great value. We ordered online and installed immediately. At first, I thought the light was a bot harsh, but it was just a change from the softer iridescent light that had been there originally. I have gotten used to the newer, brighter lighting and I really like them. We have already ordered more. May 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by First true replacement for incandescent bulbs I was a bit apprehensive with the low sale price on these bulbs, but decided to give them a shot. I was tired of the long warm up time of the CFL bulbs in the hall. Replaced the first one with an LED which came on at full brightness immediately. The other two old CFLs took close to a minute to get to the same light intensity as the LED. I also realized that in time CFLs dim as they age so the same 65watt equivalent CFL does not emits the same amount of light as it did when new. This fact gives a huge advantage to the LED bulbs, even with their higher costs. As an added bonus, I think the quality of the light is better than the CFL when they are both rated as "soft light". The LED is just more pleasant, again more like the old incandescent bulbs. These bulbs appear to be well made, they are heavy and appear to be solidly made. At over $10 each they should look like they are well made with high quality control. If they get the life span that is promised on the packaging, it was money well spent. They are also even more energy efficient than the CFL bulbs. I am slowly (because of the cost) replacing the CFLs with these LEDs. Hopefully these LEDs in time will not have any negative traits like the CFL did over time. Another positive thing about these bulbs is when you turn on the switch they immediately come on. I have some other LED bulbs that have a maybe second delay before they turn on. It's not as annoying as the warm up time on the CFL bulbs, but more of a quirk. At any rate these bulbs do not do this, you flip the switch and they are on at full brightness immediately, just like the old, incandescent bulbs. These are the first LED bulb that I've found that is a true replacement for the old reliable incandescent that used too much electricity. These are not dimmable bulbs, but since these are can lights in the hall not on a dimmer, I didn't see any reason to pay more for a feature that I wasn't using. From what I have read if you want to dim LED bulbs you need to purchase a dimmer that was made to dim LED bulbs. Only real negative with these bulbs are the cost, but they are the most cost efficient LED flood light that I have found so far, and the advantages over the CFL technology justifies to me the added cost. April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice bulbs! I put these 2 bulbs in my kitchen along with 4 other 65-W equivalent CFL bulbs (6 recessed light housing) and they look identical, except these turn on instantly and the CFL take about 10 seconds to be fully lite. Both light up as warm white and can't tell them apart when fully lite...I love it! Now there is instant light in the kitchen while the CFL are warming up. I'd swamp them all out but don't want to waste my CFL and these LED are still quite expensive!! One thing: On the embedded video on the package, the video explains that these uses 12W...but the package says 10W. How would I ever know the difference?? Oh well. January 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Best LED Flood Bulb Made These bulbs have excellent color and light output angle. These bulbs turn on right away. These are lightweight LED bulbs. These are 100 times better than CFL bulbs. I hate CFL bulbs. I will never buy CFL bulbs. These LED bulbs last ~5 times longer than CFL bulbs. LED Bulbs have no mercury. These bulbs use 10 watts of power each to give you 650 Lumens per bulb. These bulbs are light compared to other LED bulbs I have picked up. CONS: These are not dimmable. Don't use it for with a dimmer. If you want dimmable ones then you need to get the higher model series ones that TCP makes. May 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Deal! I recently built a new house. It has a vaulted ceiling in the kitchen with 6 canned lights (floods) and one over the sink. I wanted to switch the regular floods to LED floods. They are anywhere from $20-30 each. I was buying one at a time when I received an email from HD. Sure enough they were having a sale on them @ 2 in a box, each box for $20. I ordered enough to finish my kitchen and saved $32. I am switching to LED inside and out of my house for longevity and savings. This was a great deal. And having retired from an electric power company, I know about energy savings. June 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by amazing for the cost I've looked around at a lot of bulbs. I tried out the Cree br30's and several other generic brands. They all have a similar 2700 warm white appearance. What makes these bulbs superior is the higher CRI. When comparing to the light given off by incandescents, the Cree and other generics seemed to cast a slight greenish, sickly light. To me, the light quality of the TCPs was indistinguishable from incandescent lights. Considering that these are the least expensive BR30s I have found to date, I am incredibly impressed with the quality. You may notice that these lights do appear about 25% brighter than incandescents. After adjusting, I find the extra light welcoming in my house, not to mention my lower electric bill. April 28, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Previously N:Vision TCP bulbs used to go under the name n:vision. I purchased a two pack of this model about 3 years ago for some indoor recessed lights. The one I did install didn't last longer than the other two that were in when I purchased my house 5 years ago. My package said last 7 years, now they are saying 22 years? I strongly question the life of LED bulbs given I've had other premature blowouts for other LED models and uses. The additional hassle of disposing of these bulbs properly makes any energy savings seem hardly worth it. February 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Replacement for Incadescent As prices of the LED bulbs start to go down (this was on sale and pretty competitive with incandescent prices), these LED's start to look more attractive. I put about a dozen of these in recessed ceiling fixtures in my kitchen and master bedroom. The light they give off is indistinguishable from the 65W halogens they replaced. They burn bright and MUCH cooler than the halogens. Now if they really last as long as advertised, I'll be very happy! Overall a great bulb at a great (sale) price. June 10, 2014
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